Anjing Chinese Shar-Pei

Chinese Shar-Pei Description

Both heavily wrinkled dogs with large heads and smaller headed dogs with tighter looking skins occur in this breed. There are three coat varieties: horse-coat and brush-coat and a rare bear-coat, which is not recognized by the AKC. The bear-coat, does not falling within AKC standard because this particular Shar-Pei has an undercoat and a topcoat exceeding 1 inch. The popular theory about the bear-coat is that it’s a “throwback” to the chow-chow. They are actually quite popular as pet quality Shar-Pei, albeit rare, and often confused with the chow by unknowing owners as well as animal shelter workers. The unusual horse-coat is rough to the touch, extremely prickly and off-standing. The brush-coated variety has longer hair and a smoother feel. The coat on either variety can be up to one inch in length. Coat colors include all solid colors and sables. There is also a lowered, spotted, and a parti colored Shar-Pei coat, which is a disqualifying fault in the show ring according to AKC standard. The small ears fall forward and the tail is carried in a curl. Like the Chow Chow, these dogs have a blue-black tongue. It has a square profile with a broad, full head and wide, padded muzzle. Puppies have more wrinkles than adults. Shar-Pei slowly loose their wrinkles as they get older.

Chinese Shar-Pei Temperament

The Shar-Pei is very loyal to his handler. It is an intelligent dog that does not always follow orders slavishly. Playful, active, dominant, and brave. They bond with their family, but are not unfriendly toward strangers. If the dog meets cats and children while it is still young, it usually will not have a problem with them. The Chinese Shar-Pei has a frowning expression, but is surprisingly easy-going, calm, independent, and devoted. They make a delightful companion and good watchdogs. The Shar-Pei needs a confident handler. If you are too uncertain, too inconstant, too soft, or too mild in the dog’s eyes, it will take over as the boss. Shar-Pei need firm, but gentle and extremely consistent training. They are stubborn and bold and need firm obedience training to establish your leadership. They may refuse commands from family members who have not established leadership over them. They need an owner who as the ability to be “Top Dog”. These dogs are very clean and almost housebreak themselves. Shar-Pei generally hate water and try as hard as they can to avoid it. Puppies grow very quickly and must be fed accordingly. Mixing other dogs can sometimes be a problem and socialization is important. However some Shar-Pei are less dominant then others and show lines tend to be less dog-aggressive, mixing well with other dogs. Some Shar-Pei tend to slobber, especially when in pain. It is important to find a reputable breeder when seeking a Shar-Pei. This breed was very popular in the 1980’s. It was referred to as one of the “Yuppie Puppies”, meaning the breeds that were carelessly over-bred. A lot of this breeds personality and health depends on the lines it comes from. Good Shar-Pei lines will get along well with other dogs and will not have skin problems, which is a hereditary condition.

Chinese Shar-Pei Height, Weight

Height: 18-20 inches (46-51 cm.)
Weight: 40-55 pounds (18-25 kg)

Chinese Shar-Pei Health Problems

Fevers of unknown origin or swollen hocks syndrome may be the early stages of amolydosis (kidney failure). One misconception is that the Shar-Pei have skin problems due to their wrinkles. Yes some Shar-Pei have skin problems, but it is not because the dog has wrinkles, but rather a hereditary condition. Due to over popularity in the 1980’s, some Shar-Pei do have hereditary skin problems. However if you buy from a reputable breeder, this conditions will not be a problem. Be sure to find a breeder who strives for healthy dogs.
Chinese Shar-Pei Living Conditions

The Chinese Shar-Pei will do okay in an apartment if it is sufficiently exercised. It is moderately active indoors and will do okay without a yard. Because of their padded head, the Shar-Pei is very sensitive to heat. Shade and water must always be available. Provided they get enough exercise, they will be very peaceful indoors.

Chinese Shar-Pei Exercise

The Chinese Shar-Pei have a considerable need for exercise, which include a daily walk. Do not over exercise them in the heat, as they are sensitive to it.

Chinese Shar-Pei Life Expectancy

Up to 10 years.

Chinese Shar-Pei Grooming

The Shar-Pei should be brushed regularly. Their coat is never trimmed. This breed does not have an undercoat. The “bush” coat sheds a little year round, but the “horse” coat tends to shed only during molting periods. Molting may leave the dog looking unkempt. Bathing about once a week and brushing the coat daily during this period will remove the old dead hair and allow the new coat to grow in. Some owners are allergic to the harsh coat.

Chinese Shar-Pei Origin

The ancestry of the Shar-Pei is uncertain. It may be a descendant of the Chow Chow, however, the only clear link between these are the purple tongue. However, pictures on pottery suggest the breed was present even in the Han Dynasty (206bc). For many years the Shar-Pei was kept as a general-purpose farm dog in the Chinese countryside, used for hunting, protecting stock, and guarding the home and family. During that time the Shar-Pei was breed for intelligence, strength and scowling face. Later, it was used in dog fighting. The loose skin and extremely prickly coat were developed to aid the dog in fighting, making the Shar-Pei difficult for the opponent to grab and hold on to. During the Communist Revolution, dogs were rescued by a Hong Kong business man named Matgo Law, who appealed to Americans in 1973 though a dog magazine to save the breed. From those few specimens, the Shar-Pei fancy has grown tremendously over the past decades. Now the Shar-Pei is in the Non-Sporting Group of the AKC with over 70,000 dogs registered as foundation stock. When first introduced, Shar-Pei were astronomically expensive. Now they cost about the same as any other purebred dog.

Anjing Boxer

Country of Origin: Germany.
Size: Shoulder height: 53 – 63 cm (21 – 25 inches).

Coat: White should not cover more than a third of the dog. Coat is short and smooth.

Character: This dog is happy, friendly, and intelligent. It bonds closely with the family.

Temperament: Boxers get along especially well with children. They also get along well with other dogs and household pets. They are naturally inclined to protect your family from strangers.

Care: Coat can be kept in good condition by brushing occasionally.

Training: The Boxer must be trained not to jump up at people. Because it learns quickly, the Boxer is ideal for various sporting activities.

Activity: This dog needs plenty of exercise.

Anjing Bolognese

Country of Origin: Italy.
Size: Shoulder height: 25 -30 cm (9.75 – 11-75 inches). Weight is around 5.5 – 8-75 lbs.

Coat: Consists of a big mass of straight long locks.

Character: The Bolognese is cheerful, intelligent and obedient.

Temperament: This breed enjoys the company of other dogs, pets, and children. As it enjoys being with its family, it should not be left alone often.

Care: The coat needs to be combed out daily because it tangles easily.

Training: Because this dog is eager to please, it is usually easy to train.

Activity: The Bolognese only needs an average amount of exercise, but it really enjoys long walks.

Anjing Belgian Shepherd

Country of Origin: Belgium.
Size: Shoulder height: 58 – 62 cm (22.75 – 24.5 inches).

Coat: Long – haired coat with undercoat.

Character: The Belgian Shepherd is energetic, lively and eager to work.

Temperament: This breed gets along well with other pets especially if socialized early. It is shy around strangers, but get along well with children.

Care: Excessive brushing or combing can damage the undercoat. Light combing is only necessary during shedding.

Training: Training should be gentle, but determined. Hitting or yelling at the animal will only have an adverse effect.

Activity: The Belgian Shepherd needs a sufficient amount of outdoor exercise.

Anjing Belgian Malinois


Country of Origin: Belgium.
Size: Shoulder height: 24 – 26 inches.

Coat: Is short and straight. Colors can be rich fawn to mahogany, with black-tipped hairs.

Character: This breed is intense, full of energy, serious and smart. It is a great watchdog and guard dog.

Temperament: The Belgian Malinois is wary around strangers and can be aggressive toward other dogs and animals. It is good with children, provided they are not unruly, and it has grown up around them. It should not be left alone with small children if not unsupervised.

Care: Needs to be brushed weekly, especially during shedding.

Training: This dog is sensitive to corrections and learns quickly. Training techniques must be top-notch and corrections must not be harsh.

Activity: A good yard and ample opportunities to use up some of its seemingly inexhaustible energy supply are required. Leisurely walks on leash will not be sufficient.

Anjing Beagle


Beagle Description

The Beagle is a sturdy, hardy little hound dog which looks like a miniature Foxhound. The body is squarely-built and the skull is fairly long and slightly domed. The square muzzle is straight and medium in length. The large eyes are brown or hazel and are set well apart. The wide, pendant ears are low set and long. The black nose is broad with full nostrils. The feet are round and firm. The tail is set moderately high and never curled over the back. The coat is of medium length, close, hard, sleek and easy to care for. Any hound-type of coloring is acceptable including lemon, tri-color, black and tan, red and white, orange and white, or lemon and white, blue tick and red tick. Beagles have a distinct howl / bay of a bark when they are on the hunt. Video Clip of a Beagle’s Baying Bark.

Beagle Temperament

The Beagle is loving, sweet and gentle. Happy to see everyone, greeting them with a wagging tail. Sociable, brave and intelligent. Excellent with children and generally good with other dogs, but because of their hunting instincts, they should not be trusted with non-canine pets, unless they are socialized with cats and other household animals when they are young. Beagles have minds of their own. They are determined and watchful and require patient, firm training. It is important you are this dog’s pack leader and that you provide the proper amount of mental and physical exercise including daily pack walks, to avoid separation anxiety. With enough exercise they will be calm. You can also purchase animal scents and play tracking games with your beagle to help satisfy their instinct to track. The Beagle does not have a normal sounding bark, but rather a loud bay cry, that almost sounds like a short howl. Beagles are curious and have a tendency to follow their own noses. If they pick up a scent they may wander off and not even hear you calling them back, or not care to listen, as they will be too busy trying to find the critter at the other end. Take care when letting them off leash that you are in a safe area. Beagles who are allowed to be pack leaders over their humans can develop a varying degree of behavior issues, including, but not limited to, guarding, obsessive barking, snapping, biting, and destructive behaviors when left alone. These are not Beagle traits, but rather behaviors brought on by lack of leadership and or exercise, from their humans. The behaviors can be corrected when the dogs instincts are met.
Beagle Height, Weight

Height: Dogs 14-16 inches (36-41cm) Bitches 13-15 inches (33-38cm)
There are two height classes, 13-15 inches (33-38cm) and under 13 inches (33cm).
Weight: Dogs 22-25 pounds (10-11kg) Bitches 20-23 pounds (9-10kg)

Beagle Health Problems

Some lines can be prone to epilepsy, heart disease, eye and back problems. Also prone to chondroplasia, aka dwarfism (warped front legs, like a Basset’s). You can see an example of chondroplasia in a dog.
Beagle Living Conditions

Beagles will do okay in an apartment if they get plenty of chances to be outdoors. They are very active indoors and a small yard will be sufficient.

Beagle Exercise

Energetic and possessing great stamina, the Beagle needs plenty of exercise, including a brisk daily walk. It should have a fenced yard of reasonable size to romp in. Always use a lead when walking this breed or you will be running the risk of it disappearing in search of wild game.

Beagle Life Expectancy

About 12-15 years

Beagle Litter Size

2 – 14 puppies – Average 7

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Beagle Description

The Beagle is a sturdy, hardy little hound dog which looks like a miniature Foxhound. The body is squarely-built and the skull is fairly long and slightly domed. The square muzzle is straight and medium in length. The large eyes are brown or hazel and are set well apart. The wide, pendant ears are low set and long. The black nose is broad with full nostrils. The feet are round and firm. The tail is set moderately high and never curled over the back. The coat is of medium length, close, hard, sleek and easy to care for. Any hound-type of coloring is acceptable including lemon, tri-color, black and tan, red and white, orange and white, or lemon and white, blue tick and red tick. Beagles have a distinct howl / bay of a bark when they are on the hunt. Video Clip of a Beagle’s Baying Bark.

Beagle Temperament

The Beagle is loving, sweet and gentle. Happy to see everyone, greeting them with a wagging tail. Sociable, brave and intelligent. Excellent with children and generally good with other dogs, but because of their hunting instincts, they should not be trusted with non-canine pets, unless they are socialized with cats and other household animals when they are young. Beagles have minds of their own. They are determined and watchful and require patient, firm training. It is important you are this dog’s pack leader and that you provide the proper amount of mental and physical exercise including daily pack walks, to avoid separation anxiety. With enough exercise they will be calm. You can also purchase animal scents and play tracking games with your beagle to help satisfy their instinct to track. The Beagle does not have a normal sounding bark, but rather a loud bay cry, that almost sounds like a short howl. Beagles are curious and have a tendency to follow their own noses. If they pick up a scent they may wander off and not even hear you calling them back, or not care to listen, as they will be too busy trying to find the critter at the other end. Take care when letting them off leash that you are in a safe area. Beagles who are allowed to be pack leaders over their humans can develop a varying degree of behavior issues, including, but not limited to, guarding, obsessive barking, snapping, biting, and destructive behaviors when left alone. These are not Beagle traits, but rather behaviors brought on by lack of leadership and or exercise, from their humans. The behaviors can be corrected when the dogs instincts are met.

Beagle Height, Weight

Height: Dogs 14-16 inches (36-41cm) Bitches 13-15 inches (33-38cm)
There are two height classes, 13-15 inches (33-38cm) and under 13 inches (33cm).
Weight: Dogs 22-25 pounds (10-11kg) Bitches 20-23 pounds (9-10kg)

Beagle Health Problems

Some lines can be prone to epilepsy, heart disease, eye and back problems. Also prone to chondroplasia, aka dwarfism (warped front legs, like a Basset’s). You can see an example of chondroplasia in a dog.

Beagle Living Conditions

Beagles will do okay in an apartment if they get plenty of chances to be outdoors. They are very active indoors and a small yard will be sufficient.

Beagle Exercise

Energetic and possessing great stamina, the Beagle needs plenty of exercise, including a brisk daily walk. It should have a fenced yard of reasonable size to romp in. Always use a lead when walking this breed or you will be running the risk of it disappearing in search of wild game.

Beagle Life Expectancy

About 12-15 years

Beagle Litter Size

2 – 14 puppies – Average 7

Beagle Grooming

The Beagle’s smooth short-haired coat is easy to look after. Brush with a firm bristle brush, and bathe with mild soap only when necessary. Dry shampoo occasionally. Be sure to check the ears carefully for signs of infection and keep the nails trimmed. This breed is an average shedder.

Beagle Origin

The first Beagles date back to the 1500s. English hunters would take packs of these dogs out on the hunt tracking rabbits, hare, pheasant, quail and other small animals. The breed probably originated as a cross between the Harrier and other types of English hounds. The dogs have since become one of the most popular breeds in the USA. The breed can hunt alone, in pairs or in packs. The name “Beagle” may have come from the French term “be’geule,” which means “gape throat,” referring to the dogs baying voice. The name may also have come from the dog’s size, stemming from the French word “beigh”, the Old English word “begele”, or perhaps the Celtic word “beag”, which all mean “small”. He has also served as an excellent narcotics detection dog and makes a fine family companion. They were first recognized by the AKC in 1885.

Beagle Group

Hound, AKC Hound

Beagle Recognition

CKC, FCI, AKC, UKC, KCGB, CKC, ANKC, NKC, NZKC, APRI, ACR, DRA

Anjing Basset Hound

Country of Origin: England.
Size: Shoulder height: 33 – 38 cm (13 – 15 inches).

Coat: Hair is short, dense, and smooth.

Character: This breed is independent but sociable, calm, patient and playful.

Temperament: Bassets are excellent playmates for children and get along fine with dogs and other animals. Bassets do not like to be left alone.

Care: Apart from removing dead hairs when shedding, the Basset’s great big ears must be kept clean.

Training: Basset hounds must be trained with consistency and patience.

Activity: Basset hounds do not require much exercise. Three short walks a day should be enough to keep them content, as long as they can also play in the yard.

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